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The Ides of March

Just one of a dozen Ides that occur every month of the year by Borgna Brunner As far as Caesar knew, the Ides were just another day. Calendar Links History of the CalendarThe Roman CalendarThe …

Brewer's: Ides

(1 syl.). In the Roman calendar the 15th of March, May, July, and October, and the 13th of all the other months. (Latin and Etruscan, iduare, to divide. The middle of the month. Always eigh…

March 2000 Feature Schedule

Note: This schedule lists only the day's lead feature(s). Five to ten articles are featured daily. Schedule is subject to change.Feb. 2000 | April 2000 Monday Tuesday …

March

The highest temperature ever recorded for the month of March occurred on March 31, 1954, in Rio Grande City, Tex. (elevation 168 ft), where the temperature reached 108°F. The lowest tempe…

March 2005

WorldLeftist Government Assumes Power in Uruguay (March 1): Tabaré Vázquez, a Socialist, sworn in as president. Inauguration marks the first time in the country's history the lef…

March 2004

WorldPutin Appoints Prime Minister (March 1): Russian president names Mikhail Fradkov as premier. (March 14): Putin overwhelmingly reelected to a second term. Suicide Bombers Hit Iraqi Mosques…

March 2003

WorldIraq Begins to Destroy Missiles (March 1): Reluctantly starts dismantling its Al Samoud missiles, as ordered by UN chief weapons inspector Hans Blix.September 11 Suspect Arrested (March 1…

March 2002

WorldHundreds in India Die in Rioting (March 2): Hindu-Muslim clashes in western India claim almost 400, highest losses in nearly a decade. U.S. and Afghan Troops Launch Attack (March 2): Targ…

March 2006

WorldIndia and the U.S. Agree on Nuclear Pact (March 2): Controversial deal allows India to buy nuclear fuel and components. In exchange, India will separate its nuclear energy program from it…

March 2007

Here are the key news events of the month organized into three categories: World News, U.S. News, and Business, Society, and Science News. World U.S. Troops Kill Several Civilians in…